Labor chairman Avi Gabbay on Friday dismissed the polls which predict his party will not reach double digits in Knesset seats in the next elections.
In an interview with Hadashot TV in the wake of his decision earlier this week to end Labor’s partnership with Tzipi Livni’s Hatnua party, Gabbay expressed confidence he would replace Binyamin Netanyahu as Israel’s Prime Minister.
“Our test is at the polls,” Gabbay declared. “We do not have another test before that. Just as I have been told many times in the past that I will not succeed – in many of the things I have done in my life – this time they tell me the same things, and I know what I have done in the last year and a half. I’ve been all over the country.”
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